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24.02.28 By Josh Hammer. American Spectator, January 26, 2024, pp. 1-2.
Comments on the border razor wire situation at the Rio Grande, the U.S. Supreme Court order, and state sovereignty.
24.02.29 Classroom Teacher (Texas Classroom Teachers Association), Winter 2023-24, pp. 14-16.
Summarizes the effort to pass school choice legislation during the 88th legislative session and the subsequent special called sessions. Provides information about the upcoming March primaries.
24.02.30 Economist, January 27th-February 2nd, 2024, pp. 19-20.
Summarizes the current state of the U.S.'s immigration policies. Compares some of the immigration policies from the Trump and Biden administrations.
24.02.31 Economist, January 27th-February 2nd, 2024, p. 23.
Attempts to explain recent concerns about foreign ownership of farmland in the U.S. Refers to data collected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, as required by the Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act (AFIDA).
24.02.32 Economist, January 27th-February 2nd, 2024, pp. 20-21.
Summarizes Operation Lone Star initiatives. Refers to various pending lawsuits, including United States v. State of Texas, the federal court case challenging SB 4, 88th Legislature, 4th C.S.
24.02.33 By Caitlynn Peetz. Education Week, January 31, 2024, p. 12.
Presents survey data polling school districts and teachers to determine if four-day school weeks could improve teacher retention. Discusses both potential benefits and pitfalls of implementing four-day school weeks.
24.02.34 By Mir M. Ali, Ashley C. Bradford, and Johanna Catherine Maclean. Health Affairs, February 2024, pp. 269-277.
Presents findings that show disenrollment in Tennessee's state Medicaid program led to increases in eviction rates for low-income individuals.
24.02.35 IDRA Newsletter (Intercultural Development Research Association), January 2024, pp. 1-2.
Summarizes a recent report titled School Counselors on College Advising Constraints: A Ready Texas Study, which examines the impacts of changes required by HB 5, 83rd Legislature, R.S. Includes an infographic with related information.
24.02.36 By Chloe Latham Sikes. IDRA Newsletter (Intercultural Development Research Association), January 2024, pp. 3-4.
Provides information about SB 17, 88th Legislature, R.S., including examples of how this law has impacted two public universities in Texas. Features an infographic highlighting what this law does and does not affect.
24.02.37 By Emma Peyton Williams. Prison Policy Initiative, January 8, 2024, pp. 1-9.
Reports on efforts in several states to mitigate the negative impact of the criminal legal system on children. Notes that the criminal legal and child welfare systems are deeply interwoven and highlights the work of advocates and experts who are bringing these connections to light and are organizing for momentous change.
24.02.38 By Robin S. Maril. SMU Law Review, Summer 2023, pp. 551-570.
Argues that the U.S. Supreme Court’s Dobbs ruling allows more restrictive state-level regulation of reproductive care and jeopardizes individual autonomy. Explores the judicial treatment of constitutional challenges to state regulation of transgender status and identity, within the broader context of the right to bodily autonomy. Discusses the legislative landscape regarding transgender rights immediately before and after the Dobbs decision.
24.02.39 By Kelli T. Kenney. State Bar of Texas: Oil, Gas and Energy Resources, Summer 2023, pp. 14-20.
Provides updates addressing the Railroad Commission of Texas. Includes information on various topics including the following: ongoing litigation; rulemakings related to SB 3, 87th Legislature, R.S.; carbon dioxide (CO2) sequestration; and seismic response areas.
24.02.40 By Reynaldo Ramirez, Jr. Texas A&M Law Review, September 20, 2023, pp. 1-7.
Gives background on Texas' Operation Lone Star and the federal class action lawsuit filed by several detained undocumented immigrants. Compares that suit to Arizona v. United States, in which the U.S. Supreme Court reaffirmed that federal law supersedes state law where federal law claims an express preemption.
24.02.41 By Julie Tomascik. Texas Agriculture, January 5, 2024, p. 11.
Explains the Texas Farm Bureau's top national legislative priorities for 2024, including advocation for farm safety net programs, disaster assistance, stronger border security, and beneficial free trade agreements.

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